Explore what we’re studying in the Tacoma Dome station area in the Tacoma segment
- Learn about the status of Tacoma Dome route and station alternatives
- Weigh in on Tacoma Dome station design concepts
- Share your thoughts on Tacoma Dome station non-motorized access projects
Status of Tacoma Dome route and station alternatives
The Tacoma Segment of the project will have two stations: at Portland Avenue and the Tacoma Dome. We’re studying the following alternatives in the Tacoma Dome area:
- (Preferred) Tacoma 25th Street-West
- Tacoma Close to Sounder
- Tacoma 25th Street-East
- Tacoma 26th Street
- Tacoma 25th Street-West Station
- Tacoma Close to Sounder Station
- Tacoma 25th Street-East Station
- Tacoma 26th Street Station
Check out progress on the Tacoma Dome station design concepts
Key station design concept components of the Tacoma Dome station include:
- Bus transfer area: 11 bus stops, organized in six different concepts for a new or reconfigured bus facility at Tacoma Dome station
- Bus layover area: Options for layover areas to accommodate buses terminating their routes at this station
- Pedestrian overcrossing between different transit modes: Multiple options for overcrossing location based on station location, generally over the Sounder tracks or East G Street
- Bicycle storage: Racks and lockers located next to or under the station platform
- Pick-up/drop-off spaces: Short-term parking areas located near the station platform
The following station design concepts show how people may get to the station by bicycle (in green), as a pedestrian (in blue) and by bus (in red). Check out the diagrams, then share your comments on how people will come and go from the station as well as the station design concepts themselves.
View current Tacoma Dome station design concepts
Give us your feedback: Tacoma Dome station
Accessing Tacoma Dome station via non-motorized modes (walking, rolling and bicycling)
To provide access for all future riders, we want to make sure there are safe and convenient walking, rolling and cycling routes between the Tacoma Dome station and neighborhoods, businesses and community gathering places.
- The map and table show potential non-motorized access improvements for consideration and evaluation.
- Some non-motorized access improvements combine pedestrian and bicycle improvements, while others are only one or the other.
Whether you walk, bike or roll to your Link station, we will evaluate these non-motorized access projects with your convenience and safety in mind. Explore the map, leave comments and offer new ideas.
Learn more about the potential Tacoma Dome Non-Motorized Access Improvement Projects
We are considering the following non-motorized access improvement projects for the Tacoma Dome station. Sound Transit’s funding resources to implement these projects is limited, so the evaluation process will help us prioritize projects for each station area. Comment on as many or as few as you prefer.
The map and table below convey the same information.